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Logic Pro X is Apple's pro audio and midi sequencing software. It is today's most popular music software and is being used by many musicians, artists, producers and is found in many recording studios. Logic X contains over 40 instruments, which include amazing synthesizers, drum machines, a fully fledged Sampler and many more great sounding devices, all to help you make the best sounding tracks around. This course is based on the Certified Apple Logic Pro X training course and will explore the depths of the LOGIC PRO software.

  • Entry Requirements, Units, Assessment and more...

    Entry Requirements

    You must have basic knowledge of Mac OS and audio & MIDI terminology if you are unsure about this you may wish to undertake our Introduction to Music technology course.

    Assessment Method

    Our modern Music Technology suite has complete music workstations, which include Apple Macintosh Computers, controller keyboards, and Apple Logic Pro X music software. Although there is some theory to learn, most of the work will be practical & hands-on.

    Facilities

    Working with Apple Mac computers in our studios you will learn how to create music using virtual instruments.

    You will not need to buy any course material however, a decent pair of headphones and a USB pen key 4gb (min) would be advantageous.

    Career Options

    Working towards becoming a sound engineer or producer

Course Details

Venue Southwark
Day/Eve Evening
Mode Part Time
Duration 10 weeks
Start Date 22/02/2021
End Date 07/05/2021

Funding

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16-18 Free
19-24 £ 250 p/year
24+ £250 p/year
International £250 p/year

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